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The Blog of Gary Gardiner
The Wayne Williams Atlanta child murders trial began in December of 1981. I arrived at the jail every morning of the trial for the morning walkout.
What makes some images memorable and others easily forgotten? It’s a question I’ve been studying for nearly 20 years. With so many in circulation, it’s difficult for any single photo to capture our attention and become a famed iconic image.
Diane Foley, the mother of the murdered photojournalist James W. Foley, and the artist Bradley McCallum with paintings Mr. McCallum made based on Mr. Foley’s photographs and his chronicle of war’s human cost.
A trio of fishermen grill pork chops after failing to bring in any fish from Alum Creek behind the Senior Center on West Main Street. My Final Photo for Nov. 18, 2018.
Westerville Service Department workers rake and vacuum leaves during the fall.
Police car on an emergency run crashes into a car crossing the intersection at College and State in Uptown Westerville.
More than 300 turkeys were donated this weekend at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church for Community Kitchen at Holy Rosary St. John, St. Paul’s sister parish in downtown Columbus.
Photo gallery of veterans from Friday’s Veterans Day breakfast.
Sunrise and fishing on Hoover Reservoir in the fall at sunrise.
Newspaper, magazine, and television stories about Gary Gardiner
Westerville Man Makes His Community His Canvas Each day, Gary Gardiner suits up, hops on his bike and finds a masterpiece. He is working to live up to an idea born in his retirement. Shortly after his career as a photographer with the Associated Press ended, Gardiner had a close encounter with a truck.
A brush with death led Gary Gardiner to one of the most meaningful projects of his life. Twelve years ago, Gardiner – two weeks into retirement after a decades-long career as a news photographer – was in his car at a stoplight.
Gary Gardiner is a retired news photographer who spent more than 40 years with The AP…
Learn about new ways to enjoy the beautiful autumn weather in the heart of Ohio.
Westerville365 Spring 2016